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Spoonful at Miss Peapod's

23 May

Jazz blues cajun krautrock highlife dub calypso rock&roll reggae folk soundtracks rocksteady psych soul disco funk punk and boogie woogie too...

What is Spoonful?

Spoonful is a revival of Stephen Parker's successful Shoreditch club night. Having originated at the Bass Clef in in 90's London it relocated to Falmouth's Chainlocker for a second popular run a decade later.

Who's behind the decks?

Stephen Parker (Spoonful Sound System, FreeRange, Arcadia 78 RPM) and Karl Phillips (Deconstructed, Randomjukebox).

What can punters expect?

Like the flyer says, expect everything from jazz, funk and blues to reggae, punk and boogie woo- gie too. This incarnation's going to be a little bit more experimental but you'll still be on your feet before the night's out.

Name me five songs I might hear on opening night?
Gil Evans – Crosstown Traffic, Hopeton Lewis – Sounds and Pressure, John Martyn – Big Muff, An- dre Williams – Do the Popcorn, Gene Chandler – There was a time.

What's your tagline?

Let's get lost in music. It's Chet Baker rubbing shoulders with Nile Rodgers.

Where can I find out more?

Tickets: £3